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Showing posts with label grammarrules. Show all posts

Friday 14 May 2021

Learn English Pronouns Detailed Guide

i)Compare these sentences:
Sarvesh stood first. Sarvesh stood first.
Sarvesh is happy. He is happy.
Neelam is here.        Neelam is here.
Neelam is busy. She is busy.
This is a pen. This a pen.
The pen is red. It is red.

Pronouns English Grammar Guide

Wednesday 12 May 2021

Verbs followed by Gerund List

Hi friends and my dear students! In this post, I have covered  The verbs followed by Gerund, After practicing verbs followed by Gerund List, Please do share it with your friends.
The verbs followed by Gerund
The verbs followed by Gerund 

Tuesday 11 May 2021

Sentence Structure | Sentence Types

A. What is a Sentence?
A group of words which makes complete sense is a sentence.
1. Birds fly in the sky.
2. It is a good college in our city.
3. The children of that college wear blue uniform.
4. My teacher explains English very well.
5. This intelligent girl has passed her examination.
6. The president of India has awarded him a gold medal.

Tuesday 20 April 2021

Active And Passive Voice Overview Chart

Hi friends and my dear students! In this post, I have covered Active And Passive Voice Chart / Table. After going through this Active And Passive Voice Overview Chart You Can Practice the Active and Passive Voice Worksheet and Active And Passive Voice Online Quiz.
Active And Passive Voice Chart / Table
Active And Passive Voice Chart / Table

Monday 22 August 2016

Common Mistakes/Errors With Prepositions in English Grammar - All English Grammar

1. W. He congratulated him for his brilliant success.

R. He congratulated him on his brilliant success.

2. W. The examination will begin from Monday.

R. The examination will begin on Monday.

3. W. Please write your names with ink.

R. Please write your names in ink.

4. W. I don’t agree with your proposal.

R. I don’t agree to your proposal.

Note: We agree with a person, to a proposal; with someone’s opinion; agree on a plan etc.,


Sunday 21 August 2016

Common mistakes with conjunctions in English Grammar

1. W. This book contains five hundred fifty pages.
R. This book contains five hundred and fifty pages.
2. W. Unless you do not try, you cannot succeed.
R. Unless you try, you cannot succeed.Note: Unless means “if not”, therefor we cannot use a double negative.


Sunday 7 August 2016

Kinds Of Sentences In English (Semantic)

Based on the meaning (Semantic), sentences are categorized into:
1. Assertive sentences
2. Imperative sentences
3. Interrogative sentences
4. Exclamatory sentences
5. Affirmative sentences
6. Negative sentences
Sentences In English

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